Swansea aren’t in good form at the moment and, despite some signs of improvement following the appointment of Bob Bradley, the Welsh side are in a woeful run of form.
Monday night’s defeat to Stoke extended Swansea’s winless run to nine games in the Premier League, which sets a record as the Swans’ worst ever sequence of results in the top-flight.
This is the first time Swansea have ever gone 9 Premier League games without a win.
Conceded: 18 pic.twitter.com/eyfmoMgtY0
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 31, 2016
Scoring just eight goals and conceding a whopping 18, the Swans are have not tasted victory since the opening day of the season and they currently sit second-bottom, three points above Sunderland, and are in real danger of relegation.
The next three games in November will be crucial and it doesn’t look good for Bob Bradley’s side, who have to tackle Manchester United, Everton and Crystal Palace.
To be fair, Swansea have faced the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool recently but they’ll be expected to perform better when paired against teams of more equal quality, yet the game against Stoke was certainly a winnable clash, which is a worry.